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Al Qaida Suspect Says Co-Defendant Recruited for Holy War

A co-defendant told police that a key al Qaida suspect – who earlier this week called himself a peace-loving moderate Muslim – is a radical who recruited men for “holy war” training in Afghanistan, according to testimony read to a Madrid court today. A police statement said Ghasoub al-Abrash Ghalyoun told officers in April 2002 that Imad Yarkas, the accused leader of a Spanish al Qaida cell, spoke often jihad, or holy war. Full Story

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